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The Dish: Soi Gow, Fabrizio's, Pal's, La Boulange, MORE!

The week's biggest opening won't take place until Friday, but in the meantime, here are a few smaller debuts to report. Did we miss one? Let us know.

2009_04_palslogo.jpg1) Inner Sunset: The old Sukhothai space on Ninth and Irving has reemerged as Soi Gow Thai Noodle House. A tipster reports: "The menu is typical Thai variety. They took what was a cute, full of character place and turned it into a bland, brightly lit bare space." You do hate to see that. 1319 Ninth Avenue, between Irving and Judah [EaterWire]

2) Napa: Wine Country's landmark Depot Restaurant space is back up and running as Fabrizio's. It's an eatery specializing in Sardinian cuisine, brought to you by a pair of native Italians named Fabrizio Castangia and Alessandro Baratella. More information—about 1100 words' worth, actually—is available at the Register. 806 Fourth Street, Napa; (707) 226-1900 [EaterWire]

3) The Mission: MM has been all over Pal's Take Away, opening tomorrow for lunch. The menu has been posted, and it's certainly intriguing, with sandwiches like banh mi, roasted pork shoulder and an asparagus one too. 2751 24th Street, at Hampshire (inside Tony's Market); (415) 203-4911; website [MM]

4) Chinatown: The Inner Sunset's Enjoy Vegetarian has opened a second location in the depths of Chinatown. 839 Kearny Street, between Jackson and Washington; (415) 956-7868 [BAV]

5) Marin: Yet another branch of La Boulange has opened, this time in the still-growing Hamilton Marketplace over in Novato. Like the other location, this La Boulange is open from 7am to 7pm, seven days a week. 5800 Nave Drive, in the Hamilton Marketplace, Novato; (415) 382-8594; website [EaterWire]

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